Bill Macdonald is 79

Bill won’t be 79 for much longer. A certain someone told me that on Mid-Summer Day the grand chap will be turning 80. Bill has lived at Mount Pleasant Residential Park several years and is a very active member of its community. Always out and about helping others with a cheery smile. He is also […]

VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT PLAN

VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT PLAN One of the objectives of the Parish Council Annual Plan is to identify the potential for environmental improvements to various areas in the village. Such improvements are likely to include in the main, soft landscaping with the possibility of some hard landscaping changes.  As part of the project, we will be consulting with residents […]

VILLAGE HALL PLANTING PROJECT

  The Goostrey Village Hall is getting a makeover! They would like to make this a community project so they are inviting individual residents, groups, clubs and societies to sponsor a plant. If you would like to sponsor a plant, please contact the Clerk between 11th January and 3rd February 2021 on 01477 535 825 anytime […]

Local History: The Bog Bean

We are very excited to be beginning a brand new series at Love Goostrey, where we hope to explore the local history of our fantastic village through a variety of different buildings and areas. And what better place to begin with than the Bog Bean. The information for this piece has come from the wonderful […]

Rudheath Lodge Sand Quarry – What’s happening now?

Five years ago, Sibelco registered a planning application to make a sand quarry on Rudheath Lodge in Cranage. After the initial application there were numerous back-and-forth meetings as local residents registered over 1000 objections to the quarry. However, last year the application was finally approved by Cheshire East Council, and work began. A year on, […]

Celebrating the Love Goostrey Volunteers

Celebrating the Love Goostrey Volunteers

When it became apparent that COVID was going to force the country into lockdown, a chance comment on the Love Goostrey Facebook page created a team of amazing local volunteers who have now done over 300 acts of service for the people around the village. The work of the Love Goostrey volunteers has recently been […]